We're going to end the blogging week with a few miscellaneous items. My week has been somewhat of a hodgepodge of many different things going on in everyone of my family members' lives (which of course affects the family collectively and individually). And, I think the influx of way too many varying to-dos and details … Continue reading Reading-Writing Odds and Ends
I enjoy learning from others who've been there, done that, and have the knowledge and experience I'm seeking to gain. And in an educated effort, I've listed some questions below for your consideration. When I ask questions, I truly have a desire to learn and a need to know. So, help a fellow writer out. … Continue reading Questions from a Writer to the Writing Community – Volume 1
In recognition of the cold and flu invasion I just experienced (albeit, it's only been 4 days and I'm through the worst of it), I thought I'd do a personally relevant reblog . Looks like this cold is running its course sprint style instead of the cold I had last winter, which took on a … Continue reading Reblog – Don’t Hold That Sneeze!
Happy Monday! I've got another weekly report (October 6, 2019 - October 12, 2019) for progress made on my 3 goals for the remainder of the year: Create an audio book for Playground Instruction for the Growing Adult (my debut book). Write and self-publish my second book. Research and set-up some future public speaking engagements. … Continue reading Writing Goals for Remainder of 2019 – Weekly Report 2
Per my previous post, entitled Goal-Setting Process for Writing & More -Step 2: List-making, I have provided my top 3 goals in the following categories (goals I'd like to start on immediately, goals I'd like to start and complete in the next 3 months, and goals I'd like to start and complete within 3 - 6 months). … Continue reading Goal-Setting Process for Writing & More – Step 3: SMART Goals
As I just finished using Canva to complete my very first flyer, promoting my very first book, I couldn't help but to sit back and stare in awe at my piece of visually-appealing artwork. (See below.) Then, I mentally put focus on the true creative hero here, realizing that I largely owe my masterpiece to … Continue reading My Experience with Canva in less than 500 words
From time to time, I'm going to reblog one of my posts, that originally never received any or much traction, especially if I feel it's a write-up that's worthwhile to repeat. Here's a little food for thought that originally posted on January 27, 2019. Quite frankly, they don't tell us a lot. When initially contemplating … Continue reading Reblog – What Industry Leaders Won’t Tell You